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We are constantly striving to offer more to everyone who shares our passion for neuroscience. We are open to any and all, regardless of academic background or country.
We have 3 main ways of keeping updated with our society's events.
For any membership or mailing list enquiries, contact our secretary at
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All our events, and opportunities for research, volunteering and further involvement,
are shared only on our mailing list.
Join the over 1000 active readers for more neuroscience information and opportunities across the UK.
BECOME A MEMBER
Members get priority access, discounts to our paid events, and exclusive access to our most popular schemes
(such as live brain dissections).
Membership costs just GBP 3 annually, and helps keep the society running.
The role of the webmaster are very varied but at the same time simple at core.
Design is key in this role. It requires a person to be quick thinking and abstract. The use of design plays a significant role in how information is perceived and how effective a piece of marketing will ultimately be.
Information management is also integral. Website design and management needs to be clear and concise. Users must be able to find their destination quickly and their experience must be pleasant.
Research & Audit Co-ordinator
Roles include organising:
A weekly course going through the different aspects of the structure and function of the brain, relating this to clinical cases.
Whether you are interested in neurology, neurosurgery or just general anatomy and would like the chance to learn neuroanatomy in more depth - this course is for you!
Free, open to all medical students.
Perfect for anyone considering the NUNC2020.
The Academic Officer has a number of roles in order to promote the education of future neuroscientists.
The Academic Officer is in charge of:
Organising tutorials across the years in the Medical School
Coordinating the well-renowned brain-cutting sessions with Professor Gentleman
Setting up neuroscience outreach activities with local primary schools